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Yuraku M2AABJ 20" LCD TFT Monitor for £99.99!

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
An exciting new dimension and format for your computing needs, the Yuraku M2AABJ is a 20.1" Wide Screen TFT. Comes with stereo speakers and high contrast ratio for vivid colours.

Features

* 20.1" Wide Screen format
* High resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels
* Stereo speakers for multimedia application
* 16.7M colours and high contrast ratio for brilliant colours
* Support up to 1680 x 1050 @ 60Hz (non-interlaced)

Specifications

* Screen Size: 20.1" (51.1cm) Widescreen TFT LCD Display
* Aspect Ratio: 16 : 10
* Resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels WSXGA+
* Response Time: 5ms
* Brightness: 300 cd / m²
* Contrast Ratio: 600 : 1
* Viewing Angle: H : 160°, V : 160°
* Color Display: 16.7M colours
* Audio Stereo: Stereo
* Built In Speaker: Stereo speakers x 2
* PC Audio In: Stereo Phone Jack
* D Sub Jack: D-Sub 15-pins
* Normal OSD: Yes
* Kensington Lock: Yes
* VESA Mounting: 75 x 75 mm
* Voltage Range: 100 - 240V, 50 / 60Hz
* Monitor Type: 20.1
* Max Resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels WSXGA
* Pixel Pitch: 0.258mm (H) x 0.258mm (V)
* RGB Analog: D-sub 15-pins DVI: No
* Audio: Stereo Phone Jack
* Power: 100 - 240V
* Consumption: < 65Watts max
* Internal Speaker: Stereo speakers x 2
* DDC: DDC2B compliant
* Power Management: VESA DPMS
* Regulation: CE, FCC, UL
* OSDControl: Yes
* Front Panel: 5 Keys (Auto Adjust, OSD menu, Power, Adjust -, Adjust +)
* Connector: VGA (D-Sub), and Audio IN
* Accessories: Power Adapter, VGA cable, Audio cable.
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#1
That's cheap!

Excellent first post!
#2
I'm not rich enough to buy cheap things.
#3
if i bought this could i use my freeview box with it, and when i get my ps3 would you get best results from it and how would you connect it?
or would it be best to go for a hdmi lcd tv?
please help, i dont av a clue, lol!! :?
banned#4
no scart no freeview.

yes you want a tv with hdmi and 20" to enjoy hd gaming is far too small really.
#5
cheers highjuice, never thought of that!!
so whats the smallest screen you can get away with for hd gaming on ps3?
thanx for the advice :thumbsup:
#6
beware you'll need a monitor which is HDCP compliant in order to get a picture from a PS3

if this deal had a DVI-I then I would have been interested (very interested for the money)
#7
also say you got a HDCP monitor but it only had a DVI-I output and no HDMI....you could always grab yourself a HDMI>DVI cable instead

HDMI isn't critical but it would help ;-)
#8
"so whats the smallest screen you can get away with for hd gaming on ps3?"

How close do you want to sit to the screen? How big is the room? How far away are you going to be?

It will take a 26 inch LCD for you to see very much noticeable difference in playing games between 480p and regular 'RGB' scart. It will take a 32inch to be able to tell the difference between 720p and 480p. It will take a 40inch screen to tell the difference between 1080i and 720p, and probably 60-70 inches to tell the difference between 1080p and 1080i.

I personally wouldn't touch 'HD' gaming with less than a 32inch screen in a medium sized room (small lounge) or, if it was a bedroom or back-room cum office arrangement, a 26inch at absolute minimum.

Ideally you want to be 32-40.

And remember that the quality of the screen does count. Better to save up and get some quality, than to blow cash on a 'bargain' now, and realise you could have done better.

Anything Samsung in terms of LCD TV's is going to be excellent, and probably 30-40% cheaper than the Sony equivalent (which is generally Samsung inside anyway)
#9
personally I would go for a 32" for gaming... but i started off with a 26" and that wasn't too bad considering it was being used for just gaming... but then started to get the family watching movies i would have playing on my xbox and xbox 360 so thats why I upgraded to the 32"... After that died I went with a 50" plasma!!!!
Next one will be a 65" ;)
#10
thanks for your advice samplex and twe, i never knew that about samsung and sony!
most of the time i will be in a bedroom, so im thinking 26" or by the sounds be better off with 32" as i will be watching bluray.
voted hot for this for the price but not for me!!!
great site, thanks
#11
steve bath
if i bought this could i use my freeview box with it, and when i get my ps3 would you get best results from it and how would you connect it?
or would it be best to go for a hdmi lcd tv?
please help, i dont av a clue, lol!! :?


If it's not going to be connected to a computer then get a TV. Computer monitors can do double duty as a TV but if it's not going to be used for a computer then you're better off with a TV in the first place.
#12
32" gets my vote. Got it for £300. Can't remember the make. Looks great with my PS3.
#13
I game with my 360 on a 17" CRT
#14
p.s. I think it looks amazing on that so... go for it, this is cheap, heat and rep.
#15
Felix 360
I game with my 360 on a 17" CRT



How have you connected your Xbox 360 to a CRT monitor?

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